Traducción de sure-fire en Español:


segurísimo, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈʃʊ(ə)rˈfaɪ(ə)r/ /ˈʃɔːfʌɪə/


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    (method) segurísimo
    (method) infalible
    he's a sure-fire success/winner tiene el éxito asegurado/la victoria asegurada
    • in the sure-fire expectation that … con la plena seguridad de que …
    • The consultant is a sure-fire way to make sure you get your hands on someone if something is broken.
    • Ever since then, the fine brains who pronounce upon these things have told us that moving to the right is a sure-fire way for Labour to win elections, but never mind.
    • It's the only sure-fire name train-wreck waiting to happen.
    • Property development, of course, isn't a sure-fire road to riches, as Hong Kong Construction found out.
    • The team was a sure-fire playoff competitor in the NAIA championship.
    • As for the quick and sure-fire search for Mrs. Compatible, well, I have other irons in the fire.
    • The additional bonus is, of course, a sure-fire threat of legal action which will guarantee lots of free publicity and the resulting sales.
    • They have been researching old Valentine's traditions and believe they have uncovered a sure-fire way of making diners lucky in love.
    • Of the four pieces selected for the Glasgow programme, three were large group works - always a sure-fire hit with audiences.
    • Now they've hit a sure-fire way of hitting the big bucks.
    • Finally, however, there is a sure-fire way to put an economy on the road to sustainability and that is through the wise use of taxes.
    • There aren't that many more sure-fire ways to ensure your own mockery than to bring up UFOs in a serious conversation.
    • This is a sure-fire way to get the best out of your fruit trees.
    • Also, there is a sure-fire way to handle this increase in debt, and that would be to cut expenditures.
    • Christmas, she rightly points out, is a time when all of us indulge in far too much rich food - a sure-fire recipe for indigestion.
    • Actually, I think the sports organisers play the record as a sure-fire way of rapidly clearing the field at the end of the sports.
    • I bet publishers are falling all over each other trying to pick up the rights to that sure-fire bestseller.
    • It's a sure-fire way to move up the table of quality tourist destinations.
    • It is a dark comedy about three former students and a dodgy journalist who hatch a sure-fire get-rich-quick scheme.
    • Some say washing your car is a sure-fire way of bringing on the rain.